Why We Fall In Love?

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Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Stratafire » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:33 am

Because we let "little wangler" talk us into an euphoric state of chemical imbalances (male version that is) and let the opposite sex take great pleasure in putting a leash on our "tenders" :o

Honestly? ..

Because we are stupid, ignorant fools (as a common, though not applicable to all) who let our "pie in the sky" visions of "We can live on love :love: ) emotional states corrupt our "forethought" and common sense..

Most of the states one thinks is love, is nothing more then a chemical "high" from the dopamine (the most addictive natural drug in the world) versus the "adrenaline rush" flooding the body due to apprehension, and or nervousness, leading one to a state similar to a drug addict taking uppers and using heroin at the same moment..

In my POV, "nobody" knows what love "is", but it is fun to watch people come up with personal versions of what it is to them for getting married (even more fun to come back later to either one and see them with their brand new 2nd husband/wife)

I honestly think that none of us are "qualified" to define what "real love" is..

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Smokingbuddha » Tue Dec 21, 2010 9:59 am

Love is one of the most powerful mechanisms which continues the existence of the physical realm. Within that realm exists not only the self but the idea of the other. What we perceive as the other lends to the furthering of the preservation of things. Some aspects of preservation clash from a human point of view (To kill out of love is an attempt to preserve an instant in time, though in truth that moment in time is indeed preserved. To make it simple for you humans: We are merely the notes on a record disc, in truth the record in its entirety always exists, but when played the notes are rearranged within a framework of time, coming and going, ephemeral in their nature, or so it seems) and the physical preservation is broken down though in the totally it will carry out its function until such. When Love ends the physical universe ends, but in truth nothing is destroyed, once in a while the creator will decide to replay the record, sometimes even adding or subtracting to aspects of the song.

You see inanimate things have a certain sound to them, but so do animates, it is the vibration of the animates that is quite pleasing and distinct.

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Jouslain » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:57 am

99socks wrote:I disagree... It's not about actually loving your Self, it's about opening up yourself to receive love (either from you or from others). The point is about opening the conduit.


Thank you for your response. So do you believe that TPTB are trying to use fear to keep this conduit closed? Reminds me of the video game "The Conduit," which was full of violence.

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by 99socks » Mon Dec 20, 2010 4:08 am

jouslain wrote:Well, since we have to love ourselves before loving others, then love must be "self serving" to that extant.



I disagree... It's not about actually loving your Self, it's about opening up yourself to receive love (either from you or from others). The point is about opening the conduit.

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Jouslain » Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:07 am

Well, since we have to love ourselves before loving others, then love must be "self serving" to that extant.

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Freeyourmindnow » Sun Dec 19, 2010 12:06 pm

dlslith wrote:I don't fall in love anymore. Keeps me safe


bad experiences? But can you control your heart? What your heart feels isn't that beyond your control? sometimes we act like a fool when we fall in love, your heart does not listen to your brain. that is my experiences. I believe everything happens for a reason. it makes us strong.

:cheers:

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Slith » Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:35 am

I don't fall in love anymore. Keeps me safe

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Aragajag » Sun Dec 19, 2010 4:11 am

nyarelathodep wrote:
aragajag wrote:Love is self serving.

Explain this more please. And I would also ask you if it is non-beneficial to self-serve. The term self-serving has somehow become indentified with being wrong and socially unacceptable...and I would ask why? There are many ways in which to provide service ot others...and equally as many ways to provide service for self...some skilful and productive, others not. Service to self IS service to others, and vice versa...but this concept is only comprehensible if one comes to terms with unity as the source of all.


Well I cant break it down much more than what I said.
It worries me not how people use terms or come to a reasoning, we all come to our own conclusions in the long run. My perspective is that love is a very much touted term with little substance and really it all boils down to getting something for the self.
Given that there are some people on the planet who do act in rather different ways in their giving but for most giving love given is for a reward to self.

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Xxsparklexx » Sat Dec 18, 2010 9:04 pm

:love:

:P

Sorry for my unconventional and possibly thread-killing explanation, these kinds of topics seem to strike a chord :sunny:

Premise to my explanation is the fact/possibility (* erase by personal preference) that we are love... but somehow forgot about it throughout our human experience.
Through "falling" in love, we are reminded of what we are, but most of us are so caught up by the external (and internal) emotions (i.e. someone loves you, directs his/her love to you), which, by action-reaction, causes our internal love to be externalised, that we get side-tracked in this game of purpose. We're caught on a side-quest in the role-playing game of life and forget/are confused about our main quest.

"Fall" in love... what's in a word ? :wink:
Lucid made an excellent point, don't know if anyone noticed :)

When I think of the word "fall", first thing that comes to mind is the fall of Lucifer...
In other words... love between 2 people just might be a "trick" by the ultimate deceiver :twisted:

Why is "love" so interconnected with "lust" in our human experience ? Why is "lust" so interconnected with the reward system of the orgasm ?
"Might as well face it, you're addicted to love.. " ... remember that song ? :dancing:

Is human love merely a form of drug (= brain chemicals) addiction, designed to keep us trapped ? :headscratch:

Don't think it's addictive ?
Well, consider masturbation. It's something we do privately/secretely, we feel an urge to do it and we feel embarrased/guilty when we're caught in the "act". The "reward" is a pretty short enlightened feeling, which temporarily makes us unconcious of the world around us.
Sounds pretty much like a drug-induced experience to me... ? :P

One thing that led me onto this line of thinking, was reading Castaneda's explanation of the human/soul as a luminous egg (anyone remember the movie "Cocoon" ? :wink: ).
The more "aware" we are, the brighter the luminous fibres become and the more they stretch out around us (enlightened people and people in "love" always seem to radiate, no ? :think:
One thing that struck me particularly, was the observation that women, who gave birth to children, had a dark "gap" in the womb area of the luminous egg.
Like they lost something/a part of themselves in giving birth... :think:

My line of thinking still continues, but I'll leave you with these (previous) thoughts, just to see if anyone cares to share any thoughts :wink:

Re: Why We Fall In Love?

Post by Nyarelathodep » Sat Dec 18, 2010 5:03 pm

aragajag wrote:Love is self serving.

Explain this more please. And I would also ask you if it is non-beneficial to self-serve. The term self-serving has somehow become indentified with being wrong and socially unacceptable...and I would ask why? There are many ways in which to provide service ot others...and equally as many ways to provide service for self...some skilful and productive, others not. Service to self IS service to others, and vice versa...but this concept is only comprehensible if one comes to terms with unity as the source of all.

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